SOCOM Seeks to Unleash Connectivity
Special operations forces want mobility in their data access.
Special Ops Command Woos Nontraditional Technology Developers
Elite forces need innovators to solve hard problems.
DIRECTED ENERGY WEAPONS
Army Makes a Point of Putting Lasers on Vehicles
Warfighters gain speed-of-light firing and pinpoint precision.
Eat, Sleep, Rescue, Repeat
U.S. Coast Guard and DHS officials adapt communications to weather three hurricanes in one month.
Homeland Security's Innovation Station
Technologies funded by a DHS Silicon Valley program may soon be deployed.
When Your Face Is Your Form of ID
U.S. Customs and Border Protection expands the use of its facial recognition system at the nation’s airports.
The NSA Braces For Perfect Storm Of Cyber Risks
The agency pursues capabilities to strike down the coming threat.
When IoT Devices Go Rogue, Automation Saves the Day
Continuous monitoring reduces risks and ensures data integrity.
Defense Department Flies Into Commercial Cloud
DISA looks to elevate cost savings and capabilities with milCloud 2.0.
Mind the Millennial Training Gap
Preparing this generation of intelligence analysts requires a new approach.
DISRUPTIVE BY DESIGN
Lessons From a City Government About ERP
SOF Carries a Big Stick